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Doctor of Education (EdD)
This study is an extension of Slutsky’s (2016) dissertation about technology self-efficacy. The purpose of this study was to extend the generalization of the original study, considering the knowledge of teacher technology self-efficacy as it relates to integrating technology in the classroom. I built on previous research and added related knowledge to the original study. This study examined teacher levels of technology self-efficacy, identified specific factors affecting their current level, and examined the role and impact professional development opportunities have on technology self-efficacy.
Mitchell, Paige, "Teacher Technology Self-Efficacy and its Impact on Instructional Technology Integration" (2021). Doctor of Education Dissertations. 58.
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